High school football scores from Week 6 in the Texomaland region and up-to-date standings across North Texas and Southern Oklahoma for Oct. 1-2, with schedules included for the upcoming weekend of Oct. 8-10:
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In any given season, local hunters often like to play their best deer hunting cards later on in the fall during the final pre-rut days of October and on through the rut crazy month of November.
When the local Texoma Ducks Unlimited Chapter gathers each October for its annual fundraising dinner, there is always cause for a good celebration.
They say that when it rains, it pours.
After the Yellow Jackets had scored on both sides of the ball in the early going, the district opener against Lovejoy saw special teams get in the act.
Sherman passed a milestone in Friday’s loss to Prosper which shows just how much the Bearcats have gotten better from year to year, even though the record doesn’t show it.
A friend of a friend of mine was cleaning out his files and found this article in the Whitesboro News Record paper from April 29, 1965. I thought you all might like a little history lesson about the start of a journey that was to make Texoma one of the best striper lakes in the country. This is the way the article goes:
WYLIE — The Sherman Bearcats beat the Wylie Pirates by a score of 15-4 on Tuesday night at Wylie High School.
If the Yellow Jackets are going to be a factor in what is expected to be a competitive 10-5A race, they can’t afford to fall any further off the pace.
Homecoming week can work two ways for a team. It can fire players up for the game, or it can cause them to lose focus and not play well.